Farah x Live at Leeds

Not just a Menswear brand, Farah is about to host one of Leeds Festival's most popping stages this year, featuring a badass lineup of some of the hottest sounds in underground music...

Expanding the fashion brand’s intrinsic link between fashion and music, Farah returns to its newfound home as not only a fashion brand but a crowd pumping stage host, where they began taking centre stage last year at Notting Hill Carnival and have shown no signs of stopping the music since!

Effortlessly combining seismic music genres at the heart of their collection, there is no surprise that the menswear brand has a heap of musical support from existing and upcoming musical artists which will without a doubt expand year after year following their newfound summer Farah’s Stage. Ready to take the spotlight at Leeds Music Festival this year, The Farah Stage will consist of a spectacular lineup from special guests such as Tom Grennan, Black Honey, The Academic, Sea Girls and When Young.

Pulling more and more magic out their sleeve, Farah will not only be hosting one of the hottest stages at Leeds Festival but also giving attendees the chance to win unique Farah giveaways and discounts to use in their Leeds store! Just when you thought there couldn’t be more, Farah are also allowing supporters to win tickets to an intimate gig live in store with Leeds born Indie band, Marsicans.

They’re also offering 3 pairs of VIP tickets for the festival up for grabs, granting entry to the 21 participating venues, with queue jump privilege, subject to venue capacity. To enter simply comment and like the latest Live at Leeds post on the @farahmenswear Instagram page using the hashtag #FARAHLAL. For the full lineup and more info visit www.liveatleeds.com.

Tags

Related Articles

Sam Fender

At just 23, Sam Fender is already being hailed as one of British guitar music's next greats. It's all down to honesty, he explains for his cover feature for Notion 84!

Sam Fender for Notion 84

At just 23, Sam Fender is already being hailed as one of British guitar music's next greats. It's all down to honesty, Sam tells us as he graces the fifth cover of Notion 84.